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Is trying to master certain aspects of Photoshop making you pull your hair out in frustration? The Event Space and expert Andy Graber are here to help. We are trying something new with this class: We are asking YOU to help us design the curriculum by interacting with us on social media. What aspects of Photoshop are you having trouble with? What is it you need to learn about? We want to know.... READ MORE
Was it not snowing in the Northeast just a few weeks ago? It seems like it. But, whoa! The Fourth of July is now just a couple days away and that means cookouts, friends, summer fun, and... fireworks!
Do you want to preserve the memory of that awesome neighborhood fireworks show? Let's discuss the best ways to try to make a memorable photograph commemorating the event.
Before we get started, let... READ MORE
Tamron’s brand-new 150-600mm f/5-6.3 SP Di VC USD has generated a lot of attention with its release. This is mainly because it offers Canon, Nikon, and Sony shooters access to the super-telephoto zoom. This lens replaces Tamron’s 200-500mm f/5-6.3 Di VC USD and provides photographers with... READ MORE
Join Gary Fong as he teaches you how to unleash the power of the new Sony Alpha 6000 digital camera. Learn how to take full advantage of its unique and incredible features, such as instant sharing via smartphone with Wi-Fi and NFC, one of the world’s fastest autofocus systems with... READ MORE
Sony introduced its first two full-frame mirrorless cameras, the Alpha a7 and a7R, to overwhelmingly positive reviews late last year. Revolutionary in many ways, the choices between the two cameras boiled down to the a7, which features a 24.3MP CMOS sensor, quick Hybrid Phase and Contrast autofocus, an electronic front-shutter curtain with Quiet Shutter Mode, faster top flash-... READ MORE
Nikon’s announcement of the D810 was greeted with the anticipated buzz from the photography industry, and as you would expect, from within B&H as well. We asked a few of our in-house experts and enthusiasts what they thought was significant about the announcement.
“The thing that excites me and... READ MORE
In the following video, Larry Becker presents three recently introduced Rokinon wide-angle prime lenses, and covers their manual focus designs, compatibility with a wide array of camera types and mounts, and highlights each of the lens's specific attributes. Beginning with the 10mm f/2.8 ED AS NCS CS, Becker showcases the Canon EF-mount version of this lens and describes its optical design, nano-... READ MORE
Summer is the time of the year when kids are off from school, the sun is shining and outdoor activities abound. It is the perfect time to stimulate a child’s interest in photography as an aside to their already active schedules. Additionally, it is the perfect time to capture images of your children out and having fun in the warm weather.
Alternative Process Printing
For a physical activity that... READ MORE
Succeeding one of the more noteworthy and exciting cameras released in recent history, the new Nikon D810 DSLR improves upon the D800/D800E in numerous ways, yet still retains much of the allure that made the original D800 series so enticing. When the D800 and D800E... READ MORE
Regardless of how many times you've relied on your air conditioner this year, summer didn't officially begin until 6:51 a.m. on June 21 (in the Northern Hemisphere, anyhow). So we thought it would be a great time to highlight a few practical pieces of gear that come in handy when the days are long and toasty.
1) Waterproof Cameras
If you're going to be using a... READ MORE
David Hume Kennerly has been shooting on the front lines of history for six decades. He has covered wars and the people who started them, major sporting events including the 1969 Miracle Mets-winning World Series, and every other kind of story imaginable. He has done portrait sessions with kings, queens, presidents, soldiers in the field, and Indonesian fishermen.
With the advent of the new... READ MORE
In this lecture, John Cyr discusses the genesis of his most recent work, "Developer Trays." With an unrivaled passion for the darkroom and all its accouterments, Cyr set out to document the developer trays of many of the world’s most renowned photographers, such as Ansel Adams, Sally Mann, Sylvia Plachy, Aaron Siskind, and Joel-Peter Witkin. Cyr celebrates in stunning large-format color... READ MORE
Nobody slips through the cracks with Oben. With variations in size, load capacity, composition, leg locks, and numerous other features, there is an Oben tripod for every photographer and every situation. In this overview, we will profile the wide range of available tripods, monopods, heads, and accessories from Oben.
However let’s start with a brief introduction to the nomenclature used to... READ MORE
This week in the news:
- Fujifilm unveiled the XF 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 lens with weather-resistant construction and advanced stabilization.
- Tamron announced new lenses for Micro Four Thirds and Canon EOS M, as well as full-frame-compatible lenses for Canon, Nikon, and Sony.
- Adobe updated Photoshop and Illustrator, amid a bevy of other announcements.
- The winners of...
In his lecture, Harvey Stein shares aspects of a career that spans more than 40 years of consistent and impressive work in photography. He shows and discusses work from his newest book, Harlem Street Portraits, published last October. In addition, he shows some images from his four other books, Parallels: A Look At Twins (1978), Artists Observed (1986), Coney Island (1998), Movimento: Glimpses of... READ MORE